@Gillian She is a Grump-ist.
Maybe she was, at times; her body had problems from birth. But she was apparently loved & cared for.
GrumpyCat died May 14, 2019 age 7 years.
@ERose She was loved and cared for, as a grumpist. You do not know the ways of Grumpism. Grumpiness is the admirable quality. It transcends all things.
RIP Grumpy cat, who made a lot of people smile… which is what cats do, of course.
Features: a vegan cat!
Inversion tables & hanging upside down has health risks; blood pressure in head & eyes will be increased, disks in spine can compress, all organs might have difficulty functioning aainst normal direction of gravity. It is not for everyone.
Thanks for highlighting!
Yup. What we keep trying to do. Results are not exactly “mixed”.
The tender love of one man in a war-torn Syria:
Being a solitary practitioner, I thought medi-cat-ion was purr-fectly normal.
Sabbe satta (which includes these furrballs) bhavantu sukhitatta!
Temple kitty Cooper helped me sew a sitting cloth.
My skill level hasn’t changed much since I learned basic darning as a child, so the sitting cloth took many days, during which Cooper frequently stepped in. (The lower half of a long curtain offered nice strong cloth.)
Cooper is a cat on a relaxation mission!
I think Cooper deserves his own thread!!!
Ah, there’s interest in more Cooper photos?
He’s quite a personality, not easy to live with (he sometimes walks up to each visitor as they sit down to meditate, right up to their faces one by one - and hisses loudly). But also very affectionate (when he chooses).
He is a good looking cat. Would love to see more of his shenanigans.